Great Minds are Young

Great minds are Young!

Posted on: April 19, 2011

This blog is inspired by and dedicated to the young minds and their enthusiasm, to their great potential and inspiring creativity, to their determination and ambitions, to their remarkable aptitude and incredible talents.


7 Responses to "Great minds are Young!"

Chantal you are such a devoted and great teacher, I wish I had a mentor like yourself few years ago..


Your work is truly beautiful!


great idea to think about young people and share with them interesting subjects and thoughts where nobody in our area did it before.


I completely agree, when the mind is young, it is fresh, full of ideas, running wild. Life still hasn’t built high walls to block it. If the right tools are given to a kid wonders can be done. the creativity mixed with the sense of adventure, and how the kid is not scared to try anything new, unlike the adult who would think things a million time before putting a color on the canvas, or hitting a note on the piano or even making up an out of the world story. I really hope this blog would open the doors for the forgotten talent of the most talented


I guess I have a safe bet here! This generation is capable of wonders indeed 😉


Great idea, i love these kids who are very talented, i really liked alot of them.
I am so telling my friends, but try to post more, i mean these kids are goooooooooooooooooooooood

coooooooooooooooooooooool!! I am loving this blog!


Thanks Alex. I’m glad you like the blog.
I’ll definitely post a lot more talents, but in order to give enough credit and acknowledgement to each and every one, I try not to post more than one talent or contribution per day!
If you or any of your friends would like to share anything with us do not hesitate to send the file(s) to along with some information about the person.


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